Garudachala Estates Private Limited has proposed a residential-cum-commercial building in the Medahalli area of Bangalore, Karnataka. Such multi-use properties are the most raging typologies in real estate that bring together a perfect blend of facilities for the users. Modern day users prefer residential settings where spaces to work and socialise are in the vicinity.
The upcoming Garudachala Commercial & Residential, Medahalli will be built over an area of 2.15 acres. The site is located 6km from the K R Puram Railway station and 18.8 km from the Kempegowda International Airport. This vertical development will add 797,520 sq. ft. of residential and commercial construction units to the city. The complex will comprise two towers wherein one will be residential and the other will be commercial. The residential tower will be a 26-storey building with 2 basements plus the ground floor area. The commercial building will tower up to 14 floors in addition to the ground floor and two basements. Proximity to the nearby railway station and airport, along with a multi-use property that blends a residential building with a commercial building ensures that one can access all what is needed within the neighbouring areas only.
|PROJECT NAME||Garudachala Commercial & Residential, Medahalli|
|DEVELOPER||Garudachala Estates Private Limited|
|DESCRIPTION||Residential cum Commercial under approval|
|PLOT AREA||2.15 acres|
|CONSTRUCTION AREA||797,520 sq. ft.|
|BUILDING USE||Residential, Commercial|
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